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fignoun [C]

us   /fɪɡ/

fig.noun

abbreviation forfigure or figurative Note: Used esp. in writing.
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fig.noun [C]

uk   us  
written abbreviation for figure noun : The model used in his reflection (see fig. 1, p. 40) captures the act of composing as many of us recognize it.
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Translations of “fig”
in Korean 무화과…
in Arabic تين…
in Malaysian buah ara…
in French figue…
in Russian инжир…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無花果, 無花果樹…
in Italian fico…
in Turkish incir…
in Polish figa…
in Spanish higo…
in Vietnamese quả vả, quả sung…
in Portuguese figo…
in Thai ต้นไม้หรือผลตระกูลมะเดื่อ ไทร และกร่าง…
in German die Feige…
in Catalan figa…
in Japanese イチジク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无花果, 无花果树…
in Indonesian buah ara…
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